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The Fight for Human Rights: Discussion on Ballot Question 3

This year’s primary election is extremely important due to the people who are running for offices as well as the controversial ballot questions.  All three ballot questions affect people’s livelihoods.  The third question particularly deals with human rights, as it is a question on whether or not the transgender anti-discrimination laws made in 2016 would be repealed or not.  With the trans activist, Chastity Bowick, who spoke on October 23rd, as well as Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20th, now is the time to hear from the trans community about this ballot question.

So, are you confused on what this law protects against or are concerned on how the repeal of the law would affect the transgender community?

The GSA, also known as the Gay-Straight Alliance, will be hosting a discussion about ballot Question 3 on November 3rd, 2018 from 6- 7 p.m. to better educate the greater Regis community on how this law affects our transgender brothers and sisters.  Discover the problems and importance of the ballot question directly from members of the trans community.

Come to Maria Multipurpose prepared with questions and an open mind!  Learn more about how you can help the transgender community of Massachusetts keep their rights as well as feel accepted with their cisgender allies both on and off campus.

Photograph: Courtesy of Adrianna Kinney

Adrianna Kinney

Adrianna Kinney

Hi! I'm a first-year student at Regis College and I am double majoring in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing, and Psychology. I love reading and writing, mostly fiction, and I hope to make a career out of it.